Despite scoring its season-high of 197.65 in a win over Iowa on Friday night, the University of Utah's gymnastics team remained at the No. 4 national ranking for the second straight week Monday with a season average of 196.945. Utah trails Alabama, UCLA and Georgia.

BYU senior Kari Lords, after a strong showing that included two individual event wins at the Missouri Cat Classic over the weekend, has moved up to No. 2 in the NCAA in the balance beam rankings with a 9.930 average and 18th in the all-around with a 39.375 average.

Utah State freshman Gretchen Goerlitz has moved into a tie for 22nd in all-around rankings, averaging 39.35 after the Aggies defeated Southern Utah on Friday.

Southern Utah's Carly Geronimo moved into 24th on balance beam rankings with a 9.856 average.

BYU is at Utah State on Friday night, and the Aggies are at Southern Utah on Monday.

The 5-0 Utes, who will compete at No. 12 Michigan on Saturday night, retained their seasonlong No. 1 ranking on vault with a 9.960 average and are ranked fourth on beam and floor.

Junior Annabeth Eberle remained fourth in the all-around rankings, averaging 39.625 after a 39.675 performance in Friday's win over Iowa. She also retained the No. 3 ranking on vault (9.960) with a 9.975 score Friday, moved from 14th to ninth on beam (9.895 average) and is up to 11th from 13th on floor (9.915 average).

Freshmen Rachel Tidd (9.905) and Nicolle Ford (9.890) rank No. 9 and 19, respectively, on vault, and U. senior Veronique Leclerc, out much of the season with an ankle injury, is 25th (9.858) on bars.